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MCAT2015: A Guide to the New Scoring System

June 12, 2015

The first batch of students who took the new, revamped 2015 MCAT in April received their scores today. If you’re wondering whether the AAMC has adjusted the way they score the exam—or just want to learn a little bit more about it—check out this handy fact sheet from the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), the organization that administers the MCAT.

Want even more more information on the 2015 MCAT? Check out Ross University School of Medicine’s dedicated MCAT2015 section.

To our prospective students, don't forget: If you're taken the "old" version of the MCAT, our Admissions Committee will accept your scores for up to five years after you've taken the test. If you want to apply for our September 2015 class, you'll need to take the MCAT by Saturday, June 20, 2015.

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